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The 'due to phenomenal demand' Gods have answered: Mumford and Sons have added a SECOND Malahide Castle tour date.

Marcus Mumford and his fellow brethren have curated an extra day in the capital with another show booked for Saturday 15 June, the day after their original slot.

The amazing line-up will see supports slots from on-the-rise singer Dermot Kennedy, Wild Youth and AURORA.


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Norwegian pop sensation AURORA is slowly breaking into the market, and Wild Youth are Ireland's latest pop band to get their start.

Tickets for the second leg of the Gentleman of the Road spectacular tour are priced €69.75 including booking fees.

Head on over to Ticketmaster to grab them, you 100 percent don't want to miss this unreal summer concert, trust us.

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Get ready for early 2000's nostalgia overload – because two of the hottest bands are coming to the stage at Malahide castle.

Snow Patrol have announced they will play an open-air show at Malahide Castle on Friday June 7 2019.

This is fab news for fans who were unable to secure a ticket for tomorrow’s sold-out Dublin show at 3Arena.

Over the last 25 years Snow Patrol have released 7 albums and racked up an impressive number of critical and commercial accolades, including: 13 million global album sales, 1 billion global track streams, 5 UK Platinum Albums, and are Grammy and Mercury Music Prize nominated.

Not bad, huh?

Snow Patrol’s album Wildness, their first album in seven years, is out now.

Tickets are €49.90 including booking fee. 

Snap them up from Friday December 14 at 9am.

See you there!


So, while our 2018 gig schedules may already be overflowing with incredible artists from around the world, we're pretty sure we can squeeze in one last show.

Kodaline have just announced a headline show at Dublin's Malahide Castle on Friday, June 8, 2018.

The announcement comes ahead of of the band's highly anticipated third album which is due for release in 2018.

Next summer's Malahide Castle line-up is better than ever with performances from LCD Soundsystem on June 5 and Liam Gallagher on June 15.

Tickets from €49.00 go on sale this Friday, December 15 at 9am.

See you there!


Stop everything!

Following the success of their critically acclaimed studio album, Humanz, Gorillaz have announced they will return to the Emerald Isle for their biggest and most exciting Irish show to date.

The iconic group will preform in front of an open-air crowd at Malahide Castle on June 9, 2018.

Since bursting on to the music scene in 2001, Gorillaz have continued to push the boundaries of alternative pop music, and with five successful albums under their belts, fans are sure to be in for a treat.

The announcement follows the news that LCD Soundsystem and Liam Gallagher will also perform at the Dublin venue next year.

Tickets are €69.50 and on sale next Thursday, November 9 from usual outlets at 9am.


Missed him last time around? Never fear.

Liam Gallagher has just announced an amazing summer concert at one of Ireland's most beautiful outdoor arenas. 

The former Oasis frontman has had a busy summer, playing huge shows at international festivals such as Lollapalooza and Reading, and next summer he will kick off his festival circuit with an open air gig at Malahide Castle. 


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Coming to the venue on June 15, the musician will perform his greatest hits to a crowd of 20,000. 

He will also be performing his new album As You Were, which went straight to number 1 in the Irish charts. 

This is sure to be an unmissible event. Tickets go on sale from Ticketmaster on Friday November 3 at 9am. 


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The tickets will be available from €49.90.

See you in the virtual queue. 



So, just a few short hours after playing a headline set at Malahide Castel last , Arcade Fire performed a secret gig in Whelan's.

Shortly after the gig finished, Win Butler, the band's lead vocalist, took to Twitter to inform fans of a “Dance party at Whelan's.”

As the Canadian alt-rockers took to the stage, the Dublin venue was flooded with fans looking to take their place in the small crowd.

Those who were lucky enough to get a spot in the audience were treated to a short acoustic set before Win took his place behind the DJ decks for an after party.

Photos and videos of the impromptu gig have been popping up all over Twitter, leaving many fans disappointed they missed the change to see the band in such an intimate setting.

And honestly, we don't blame them. It looked absolutely amazing. 


When one gig of Arcade Fire per day isn't enough #aftershow

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Aaaaand cue the disappointment…

And finally, shoutout to the real winner of the night…

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Following last month's horrific Manchester Arena attack, concert venues across the world have been cracking down on security.

Malahide Castle is following suit, with new rules surrounding what you can and cannot bring to gigs.

On the list are backpacks – a festival and concert staple.


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'Backpacks and large bags will not be allowed in to the Malahide Castle Concerts, only small bags measuring no bigger than A4 (8.27in/21cm × 11.7/ 29.7cm) will be permitted into the event,' according to a statement released by MCD, so get measuring. 

Attendees are advised not to bring a bag at all, as all bags will be searched on entry, and the venue hopes to avoid lengthy queues.

The venue is also introducing stricter searching tactics on entry, involving full body pat downs and the use of hand held metal detectors.


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New banned items include Go Pros and selfie sticks.

You will also be refused admission if found to be in possession of anything that can be perceived as a weapon or which could 'cause danger or disruption to any other persons at the event.'

You can find all of the new guidelines here.



The 1975 are heading to Malahide Castle on June 17, and the popular British indie band have just revealed who will be joining them on stage. 

The Blizzards & Pale Waves are the special guests for their headline show, and will be warming up the crowd before Matty, George, Adam and Ross come on.

The 1975 are touring to perform their critically acclaimed second album I like it when you sleep, for you are so beautiful yet so unaware of it.

Tickets are €49.50 including booking fee, and there are still tickets left on Ticketmaster.

If you manage to get your hands on some, we'll see you there. 

Oh, and while we have you; don't forget to have your say in the inaugural SHEmazing Awards this May! It's time to vote, and you can do it right here!